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In-depth technical training course to build your Nutanix Private Cloud platform architecture.
What you’ll learn
Basics of Webscale principles and core architectural concepts.
Build a Hyperconverged Infrastructure
Build a Nutanix Private Cloud Platform
The Nutanix control plane, a one-click management and interface for datacenter operations.
Go beyond Hyperconverged Infrastructure with Nutanix solutions That deliver a software-defined enterprise cloud that can run any application at any scale.
Nutanix leverages “Web-scale” principles throughout the software stack. Web-scale doesn’t mean you need to be as big as Google, Facebook, Amazon, or Microsoft in order to leverage them. Web-scale principles are applicable and beneficial at any scale, whether 3-nodes or thousands of nodes.
There are a few key constructs used when talking about “Web-scale” infrastructure:
- Software defined intelligence
- Distributed autonomous systems
- Incremental and linear scale out
In this course will covers all the Key necessary to Build a Private Cloud platform that support and Web-scale By using Nutanix Private Cloud Solution The AOS.
The Acropolis Operating System (AOS) is the core software stack that provides the abstraction layer between the hypervisor (running on-premises or in the cloud) and the workloads running. It provides functionality such as storage services, security, backup and disaster recovery, and much more.
This course will cover this functionality, as well as:
- The architecture of AOS.
- The Component of AOS
- The Nutanix Foundation ( Installation)
- The User Interface of the Nutanix management (the Prism)
- The Distributed Storage Fabric configuration
- Create and Manage Virtual Machines with Nutanix Hypervisor (AHV)
- and More …
By the end of this course, you’ll learn how to Build and manage an Hyperconverged platform using Nutanix Private Cloud Software.
Who this course is for:
- System Administrators
- IT Infrastructure Manager
- Virtual Environment Administrators
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